Last edited by coolthought; 30th August 2010 at 12:33 AM.
GOOD MORNING EVERYONE!!! But it's a Monday...
Vision is more important than gear
I used HDR for this... one of the few times I use it.
Can the HDR experts spot if I made any errors? Halo? Waves too white? Sea too bright? Rocky problems?
A bit of both actually. Sarcastic that you managed to blow a fuse while using HDR... Compliment as in, it turns out quite artsy!
Like what Bro DD123 mentioned, if there comes a time when someone's looking for a fitting cover for a local Singaporean Sci-fi author, you'll be the first I'd recommend!
Last edited by kriegsketten; 30th August 2010 at 07:21 AM.
Wah so early got photos...
WC, I dunno if I'm wrong or not, but I thought I spotted some halo-ing around the boundary between rocks and water. It looks like it may just be the waves though. However, there seems to be a discrepancy in brightness between rocks and water.
Last edited by kriegsketten; 30th August 2010 at 07:27 AM.
Btw...what do you guys think abt this deal?
Am considering if I shld get this....
Perhaps ask him to photograph the lens and send to you? That would save unnecessary inconvenience...
though, I think it will likely be snapped up within a couple of hours by someone wanting to save a few tens of dollars.
11-16 is a good lens!
Which model do you have again? If it's the xxxD series, then Tokina 11-16 is quite heavy and would make your setup a bit front heavy.
The Tamron 10-24 is lighter (and cheaper than 890 brand new!), though doesn't feel as solidly put together